Early Tuesday morning, the Montreal STM published a customer notice across its social media accounts warning all locals that the network is currently experiencing a "computer virus."\nSuch has resulted in a "major IT outage" on various of its platforms.\nAccording to the company, the virus has not had any effect on the normal operations of its bus or metro systems.\nEditor's Choice: SNL's Bowen Yang Responded To The 'Uproar' After The Montreal Skit & Roasted Us Even More\n[Customer notice] 🚌🚇⚠️ A computer virus causes a major IT outage on our various platforms. Our bus and metro networks are operating normally. During this period, we suggest to use our partner applications @transitapp and Chrono. 1/2— STM - Prenons soin de nous. (@stminfo) October 20, 2020\n\n\nBut, the STM is warning people against using its partner applications — the Montreal STM Bus - MonTransit app and the Chrono app — for the time being.\nThe public transit company continued its above tweet by adding, "Our paratransit service is only carrying out trips for medical reasons and is unable to take any reservations or modifications of trips at this time."\nWe are being reassured that a team is "working to restore the situation as soon as possible."\nNo further details about the situation have been released at this moment.\nThis article's cover photo was used for illustrative purposes only.